Advances in cognition, education, and deafness by David S. Martin

By David S. Martin

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To Ms. Lena Mitchell and later to Ms. Felicia Jones of the School of Education and Human Services, Dean's Office, a special thanks is owed for their careful preparation of the manuscript in a form that was accessible to the Press and to the editing which followed. To Ms. Tina Amir, Research Assistant at Gallaudet, I owe gratitude for careful follow-up with all authors following the editing process and for the preparation of the index for this volume. I appreciate the tedious and diligent work of Ms.

Since spoken Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) has little or no grammatical inflection, it is important to examine whether CSL similarly exhibits a paucity of grammatical inflections. Our studies show clearly that CSL is profoundly different from spoken Chinese. Like ASL, but in contrast to Chinese, CSL turns out to be a richly inflecting language. CSL exhibits a large number of inflections for grammatical arguments, number, derivational distinctions, and grammatical aspect, expressed in the form of movement contours that are layered with the sign root, articulated simultaneously rather than sequentially.

9. Still wider involvement of deaf researchers in research on deafness. Although funding is a necessary condition, it is not a sufficient one; the sufficient condition is the continuing conviction, based now on clear evidence, that the deaf learner can indeed achieve the highest levels of cognitive performance, given the appropriate conditions and dedication by professionals. That challenge is the one to which educators and other professionals working with and on behalf of deaf persons must rise now.

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